two nights ago more than 100 people were shot in a nightclub 300 yards up the road. half of them were taken to a hospital not far away. tonight the hospital says all those patients have a problem prognosis and appear to be improving. i'm megyn kelly. we'll see you tomorrow. [sirens] >> orlando to command, we have shots fired on scene. [gunfire] >> oh my god. they're all shooting back and for the. >> gunfire, gunfire, gunfire. [sirens] >> boom, boom, boom, three shots right in there. >> and then he was change, another ammunition. >> and then change, another ammunition. >> he said he was doing this for the leader of isil, who he named and pledged loyalty to. >> hearing the bang, bang, bang. and then when you turned around the person next to you screaming, there is blood splattering, i didn't know if it was mine or somebody else's. >> you could just hear bullet after bullet after
bullet after bullet. just going off. [gunfire] >> he laughed when he was shooting, like a laugh of satisfaction like i'm getting done what i came here to do. and welcome to hannity. this is a fox news alert. new reports indicate authorities are now looking into the possibility that the orlando nightclub terrorist omar mateen, he may have had an an accomplice in the deadliest terror attack on u.s. soil since 9/11. fox news has also learned that the jihadists may have scouted out other locations to carry out a deadly rampage including disney world. on the ground in orlando is fox news senior correspondent geraldo rivera. geraldo, what's going on. >> sean, i don't think i credit the accounts of possible accomplices. i think that would be very -- very much out of the
ordinary. i don't believe it. i think this was a lone wolf. and whether you think this story is about gun control or hate crime or muslim immigration or terrorism, one thing everybody agrees, that there are 102 families here in the orlando area who are grieving. >> it's about radical islam, geraldo. it's about radical islamists. >> let's take that, sean, and absolutely, it is about that. but it is also about these families that are grieving. take a look around. this is all one family. one of 102 families in the orlando area who either lost someone, one of the 49 who were murdered like this family or the 53 who were injured, most of whom now the wounded are recovering. this is the family of jimmy de jesus have a also a
question. 50-year-old man, the relative is correcting me. 50-year-old man. is he a great dancer and young for his age, jimmy was. and they are remembering him with great fondness. but, you may remember chris and i did an would you have together. chris and carlos with jimmy inside the pulse orlando nightclub, 44 hours ago. it was just 44 hours ago when the feen omar mateen, radical extremist murdering dog perpetrated his savage violence against these innocent people, including jimmy. carlos and chris escaped. before chris gives us his account, more and more are arriving. jimmy's sisters are arriving from costa rica courtesy of jetblue a wonderful,
wonderful company. carlos, i know that you feel very strongly that one of the reasons this tragedy was as bloody as it was was because the exit doors were locked and the only way you could get out was to get through that killer who was mowing down people. just tell me your experience and your frustration and where you and jimmy separated. >> to begin with, it's not only that because search anybody walk in the door. what happened to security? how come they have bouncers but don't search the people. how come that person was inside the club before and he had the audacity to walk out vest and get armed and come in with a rifle and do what he did? >> where were you when you realized what was happening? >> i was right by the vip section, right by the
bathrooms going toward the patio. >> and then what did you hear? >> we heard the first two shots. we thought it was the music that was going on. and right after that, the shots started going back like alabama alabama bam, and all we did, we just throw ourself on the floor. my first reaction was to grab chris and drag him into the bathroom. >> you were among the 15 people who were inside that restroom. >> everybody was in there. >> and how did you keep the killer from going into that bathroom? >> there was at least 30 people inside that bathroom. and there was three other holding the door. he tried to get up and do that and held him back and no, it ain't going to happen. not while i'm here. i held him back. and the people that were holding the door. they were holding it. and all we heard was the shots one after the other. alabama alabama bam. and i know for sure that's when -- because they were so close and they were getting closer by the second.
and he reloaded. he kept going and then we knew that he was shotting the people on the floor that was laying on the floor. >> where did you and jimmy separate? >> right when we dropped down to the floor my first reaction like i said was to grab him. >> so you saved christian? >> basically, yes. >> and christian, what was your last sight of jimmy? >> jimmy was standing next to me. and when they fired, the shots fired, we went down to the floor, all three. and then it was the bullet was right and going and going and going. so when we went back to the floor, that was the last time that i saw him alive. there -- the bullets were going crazy before inside. there was a lot of blood. i could see the blood of the dead people. [sobbing]
started shooting and shooting and getting closer and closer and closer. the last time that i saw jimmy was dropped to the floor. we went to the floor. and it was too dark. you can only hear the boom booms. and you could see the people that was falling dead inside ahead of me. when i looked back i saw jimmy. he was dead. he was on the floor. there was too many bullets. it went so fast. it went so fast. everything just happened in a second. but jimmy, jimmy, i will always love you with all my heart. [sobbing] >> you will be my best friend forever. you will always be my friend. you were the person that you would be good and bad. you helped me out to me
where i am right now. i'm going to miss you forever and ever. i'm going to miss you. always. it was the best person that i ever met. >> that is everybody here, the sisters from puerto rico, the other relatives. the neighbors, everybody, this man was beloved. he was beloved. he was a classic dancer, the puerto rican folk dance. [ applause ] >> marivelle is a grief counselor at the family's request, we helped her get here to be with carlos and christian. is it important for these folks to remember -- you tell us, what is important? >> well, first of all, it's important for them to process all that happened. it will take time but they can get through it with help. i already talked to them. they especially, christian
is very affected. yes, they need to go through the process. [sobbing] >> do you ever heal from something like this? >> well, actually, it takes time. it doesn't have no time limit. and i don't think -- well, actually, with the hurt in themselves, it will take time for them to heal. but, it's very hard right now to say. >> is it -- is it good to vent your anger at the perpetrator? at the person who did this? i mean, carlos -- >> -- how could i do that? he has done a lot in front of me. i wish i could. i wish i could. >> what would you say to him about taking jimmy's life and the other 48 lives? >> i will not have any words to say. i would just take care of business right then and there. a lot of innocent people's
lives, they are not meant for that to happen. they did not deserve any one of that everyone has kids, dads, moms, did he care about it? no. >> this is like, you know, it's very hard, sean, not to be very, very emotional among these very good people. these are very good people. these are very good, solid american citizens with jobs and children and she wants -- basketball scholarship to the university of connecticut. she wants to grow up to be on television. they have dreams. they have aspirations. they were wiped out in the 49 cases, including jimmy, de jesus velazquez. it is, i'm telling you, i have seldom seen. this is america's mass shooting ever.
it has impacted this community in a way that would be. [sobbing] >> very, very difficult to describe. >> sean, you better take it back, buddy. >> all right, geraldo. i can't believe what i'm seeing and now how heart wrenching and sad. it's unbelievable. thank you, geraldo. we'll get back to him in a little bit in the course much the program. joining us now, i believe, we have with reaction florida attorney general pam bondi and fox news contributor and executive director of the national center for policy analysis lieutenant colonel allen west. pam, i know you have been spending a lot of time as the attorney general with the victims, with the victims' families. i don't know what you can add to that, the pain and the suffering, but there is an investigation here and what's so heart breaking, we're told that there are 1,000 ongoing isis
investigations in america. we see that the fbi was well aware of who this person was. they knew that he celebrated on 9/11. there is a whole list of things that we know about this guy. the fbi -- he wanted to be a martyr he told the fbi. he said at work he was a member of al qaeda and hezbollah. he talked about the tsarnaev brothers. he talked about this other suicide bomber. first ever suicide bomber in syria. why was he not on that watch list? >> sean, that's the question. you called and it i'm going to call it. he is a terrorist. is he a terrorist and this is one of the worst attacks of terrorism on our country. i don't care if he is born in america. is he a terrorist. he believes in isis. and he is one of the worse -- what you just saw in that shot that geraldo just showed you was gut wrenching. that was a snapshot. just a snapshot with what we dealt with all day today. >> you can tell us, pam -- >> -- sean, there was also.
>> there is talk about a possible accomplice in this case. do you know of any part of that investigation? >> sean, i'm part of this investigation and i am not going to comment on that, nor should anyone involved in this investigation. >> understood. >> sean, let me tell you what else. there were bodies stacked upon bodies. i saw that family today. that is just a snapshot of all the families. we now we have all 49 identified. we have seven in grave condition. sean, there was blood on the street there were medical gloves still out there today. that's what we're dealing with. a gut wremplegging terrorist attack on our country. >> yeah. colonel, i know you have been through an awful lot in your life, i know you have seen heartache like we saw in that room with geraldo and what pam is describing. what do you think the country's reaction from a military standpoint, if this is a war and i believe it is, against radical islam, even though hillary and the president are reluctant and resistant in saying it.
what is the best course of action to protect americans? >> well, first and foremost, condolences to the family. >> of course. >> we have to understand in this war against islamic jihadiism. there are no borders, there are no boundaries. the people that were at that club they are on the battlefield. we have to understand that and not just look at it as a law enforcement issue. domestically this is what we have to do, we have to stop putting these constraints and restraints on the fbi and other agencies here in our country. our law enforcement officers. because that is what has happened. when you have an organization like cair and they can go in and influence the policy and training materials of the fbi and the department of defense here, that has to change. now when you look at what has to happen militarily, they need to pay for. this a very quick response that brings a level of real focused power. >> we have people in power that are in full and complete, it's pathological denial, which angers me
because this is preventable if we identify who this enemy is. pam bondy, attorney general, thank you. colonel west, thank you. i wish we had more time. coming up next on this busy news night right here tonight on hannity. >> i will suspend immigration from areas of the world where there is a proven history of terrorism against the united states, europe, or our allies. until we fully understand how to end these threats. >> donald trump rightly renewing his call for a temporary ban on muslims from countries that have ties to terrorism. former speaker of the house, newt gingrich, is he here with reaction. and also tonight: >> you know whether you call it radical jihadiism and radical islamism, i think they mean the same thing, i'm happy to say either. >> hillary for the first time using the term radical islam after poor months refusing to do so. do you know that hillary took millions of dollars in from countries that support sharia law like saudi arabia
coming to the u.s. from countries with ties to terrorism. >> i will suspend immigration from areas of the world where there is a proven history of terrorism against the united states, europe, or our allies. until we fully understand how to end these threats. it will be lifted, this ban, when and as a nation, we're in a position to properly and perfectly screen these people coming into our
country. they are pouring in and we don't know what we're doing. we cannot continue to allow thousands upon thousands of people to pour into our country. many of whom have the same thought process as this savage killer. >> here with reaction, former speaker of the house, fox news contributor newt gingrich. mr. speaker, thank you for being with us. you said this is an act of war. you said barack obama cannot accept reality. i agree with you. but it's not just barack obama because hillary clinton and the very early years of the obama administration, she was part of man caused disasters, overseas contingency operations, work place violence, this insane reluctance, not to say radical islamic terrorism and really but for donald trump today, she was shamed into finally saying it. what -- why is there this resistance? almost almost pathological at this point. >> well, i think there are a
couple of different streams that come together here. one is the chamberlain like failure to see reality because it's too scary. i mean, if you really recognize the size of our enemies, their intensity, their willingness to die for their cause, their eagerness to kill us, the level of hate they represent, it's scary. and i think an awful lot of folks like obama are just frankly frightened to deal with reality. second, if you are a genuine left winger, you assume the real enemy has to be the united states. and so you wander around and give speeches in cairo and elsewhere and you say oh, they can't really be that bad, but they are. and, third, if you have grown up in a world where you are not allow to do make judgments, i mean, who are we to decide that wanting to kill us is wrong? the whole effort of the last 50 years to create situation
ethics makes it very difficult. so, let's start with a simple model. somebody walks in the room and says i believe in sharia, which is the most radical islamic law going back to the seventh and eighth century. i believe in isis, i would like to destroy the united states. in my judgment, that person a traitor to the united states and should lose their citizenship. in the judgment of the left, that person is kind of interesting. and they have cool ideas. and there are -- why should we judge them. >> let me go to some very specific things here because hillary clinton claims she is the big champion of women's rights and lbgt rights and so on and so forth. well, not only was she finally shamed today into saying radical islam which is only convenient for politics, but she was also for the first time actually mentioned countries by name. for example, the clinton foundation took up to $25 million from saudi arabia.
okay. that's one country. then they took up to, what, $5 million from a countries like cut tar, 1 to $5 million. then they took 1 to $5 million from bern brunei. death penalty for people who are gay and lesbian. in saudi arainia, women cannot drive. women cannot leave the house without a man's permission, go to school or go to work. you have a morality police, you need four male eyewitnesses to prove rape for a woman. she has never criticized these countries. she has taken their money and they seem to have bought her silence. and only now that she is caught, does she reverse course only today. what do you make of that? >> well, i think what you are seeing is the breakdown of a system which has been around for 40 or 50 years. and for 50 or 50 years, the saudis were so rich and
their gulf state allies were so rich that they could basically give money to universities, give money to companies, gif money to lobbyists, give money to foundations like the clinton foundation, and they bought a benign willingness to pretend that they were good people. and the objective fact is that the saudi government is in the early stages of an enormous crisis. i think that -- go ahead. >> she took money from countries that are abusive to the very constituencies or demographics she is seeking to vote for. she actually called donald trump shameful and disgusting and that he is not a supporter of the lbgt community. i'm thinking you taking $25 million from saudi arabia and not criticizing them, that's disgusting. that's shameful in my mind. >> sure, i'm not sure disgust something an even an adequate word. now that we're finally for the very first time beginning to break through
to have this consideration as a nation, we have to confront the reality it's not just by the way the saudis, iraq, which we liberated. >> yep. >> provides the death penalty for being homosexual: afghanistan which we liberated and created a government provides for the death penalty of homosexuals. the degree to which our state department which she was in charge of for four years is totally passive in the face of terrible human rights violations is truly breathtaking. and that's one of the things i think that a trump presidency would very radically change. >> she was part of the deal for $150 billion for state sponsor of terror in iran. we can point out benghazi and libya the disaster there. pulling out of iraq early. creating the vacuum for isis to take over. not challenging syria all of which i think impacts us today. stay there. there are four big issues
that err think impact this race as a result of this tragedy that took place, terrorist attack on saturday. we will have more with speaker gingrich as we continue and also coming up. >> you know, whether you call it radical jihadiism or radical islamism i think they mean the same thing. i'm happy to say either. >> later towed tonight in the aftermath of the deadly orlando terrorist attack, what do we need to do here to destroy isis and protect the american people? straight ahead. ♪ ♪
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who use islam to justify slaughtering innocent people. i know, whether you call it radical jihadiismism and radical islamism i think they mean the same thing. i'm happy to say either. >> is hillary clinton being general win? i doubt it however six months ago hillary clinton was singing a very different tune, let's watch. >> what's the problem with radical islam. >> the problem is that that sounds like we are declaring war against a religion. and that, to me, is number one wrong. >> even though the qualifier radical is there? >> you know enough about religion. you've studied it. and there are radicals, people who believe all kinds of things in every religion in the world. i don't want to do that because, number one, it doesn't do justice to the vast numbers of muslims in our own country and around the world who are peaceful people. >> what a phony. anyway, back with us, former speaker of the house fox news contributor newt gingrich. all right. there are four issues i have identified that i think orlando. >> wait, before you get to that. i just want to point out to
the audience. somebody who can say, comparatively, that there are radicals in every religion at a time when fort hood. >> san bernardino. >> california. >> san bernardino, yeah. >> chattanooga, boston, and now orlando were all caused by radicals in one religion. i mean, for her to try to hide behind this goofy left wing intellectual bologna tells you just how dangerous the obama-clinton world view is. >> there are four big issues that donald trump, i would argue pretty courageously stepped out on in this campaign that is about syrian refugees, about building a wall. we know that there are reports that middle eastern people crossed the border. homeland security and i think energy independence is related as well. let's start with the issue of the refugee population. now, here you have james clapper, director of national intelligence. james comey, our fbi
director, assistant fbi director. house homeland security chairman, representative mccaul and obama's former envoy to defeat isis have all said isis will infiltrate the refugee population. donald trump says until we can vet them, a temporary ban. he is attacked. hillary clinton wants to bring in tens if not hundreds of thousands of them. why are they willing to gamble with the lives of the american people considering isis has said this is their strategy and it happened in belgium and it happened in paris? >> well, first of all, the congress ought to pass an 18-month ban just to set a breathing spell so we can figure out what the heck we are second, i think we ought to take this head on. you put it exactly right. barack obama and hillary clinton are willing to risk american lives. somebody said to me today that making america safe again may be as important as
making america great again. vow on the one hand, trump whose bias is american safety and hillary and barack obama whose bias is apiecing left wing international groups and taste groups. i mean, it is aton issue inning. the obvious fact is we have no capacity, zero, to vet people coming out of syria. the place is a total disaster. we don't have the right intelligence capabilities. we don't have access to the right documents. we have no idea who these people are. and, remember, again, it's not just foreigners. the biggest recent examples in california, in texas, and florida, were americans. and so we're going to have to adopt policies both for foreigners and americans if we are going to protect the country. >> i know donald trump in his interviews with me has said we would create safe
zones in countries like syria. protect them militarily. provide food, caught, water, baby blankets and anything they needed. not like we are not willing to help people compassionate civil war. if you have the homeland security issue and certainly hillary taking money from the saudis, death penalty for guys no, rights for women. never criticizes them, doesn't this highlight that this is developing into a choice election. very different visions for this country. >> sure. you have on the one hand the obama-clinton world view that the world matters. that when on balance you ought to risk the american committee. you want to risk the american lives. you ought to risked american constitution. the we should always be subordinate to some vague instance national order they have in the back much their
heads. on the other side you have legitimate effort by trump to say let's protect americans first. let's protect american economy first and let's protect american jobs first. huge difference. >> isn't there is a conflict? if you were boornd raised under sharia law and you think as a man that you have the right to tell women how to dress, that they can't drive are aca. you give them permission if they are going to go to work or school. four melania male eye eyewitnesses for rape. if you go up in a country with that mind set, how can we ever ascertain if you have come here for free come or to indoctrinate and proselytize. there is no background check. >> we got really good in dealing with the soviets in looking bike people. figuring out which side they were on. >> it's not easy. >> we were under great pressure from the american left.
pretended there were no communists and pretended entire thing was phoney. even know we now know is a fact because we have the soviet kjb. the "new york times" lied to us all the time. there were spies and people who hated america and want to do destroy us. weaver back in the same business. when, in doubt, say no. the rest of you shouldn't even ask a question. >> sharia law is in direct conflict with everything we believe as a constitution or republic. mr. speaker, good to see you. >> good to see you. >> nowed in the aftermath of this deadliest terrorist attack in orlando. how could america defeat isis and destroy radical islam. >> they will put political correctness above common sense, above your safety and above all else. i refuse to be politically correct. >> trump calling out president obama and hillary clinton for being too
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[rapid gunfire] that was the horrific scene early sunday morning inside the orlando nightclub when the islamists opened fire. in the aftermath of this brutal attack, how do we defeat isis and radical jihad. foreign policy advisor to donald trump dr. walid fair rest former national security counsel turner and former fbi special agent manny gomez. you know i'm a big fan of the fbi. here is what bothers me in this case. we have 1,000 ongoing isis investigations now. i bet they don't have the manpower. that's part of the problem i'm assuming. >> absolutely. >> this guy admitted he wanted to be a martyr when they investigated him.
we know that he cheered as a high school student about 9/11 and the attacks. we know he said at work he was connect to do al qaeda and hezbollah, conflicting sides, but that's another story. we know he talked about the tsarnaev brothers and the first suicide bomber from america in syria, that he went to saudi arabia and his father supported the taliban and the guy worked for the dhs? seriously? >> right. >> there is something really wrong here. >> agreed and unfortunately, sean, the laws, the way they are written now do not let the fbi put people on certain lists. they have rules they have to abide by. >> that doesn't fit the rule? apparently it did for a short period of time. >> it did for a minute and then other people came back in and they changed the rules and they watered them down. >> so you are saying that the obama administration and it's interesting you say that because there is a story in early 2009 in the hill about the guy's name is
philip handwritingy. he was told to wipe muslim names on government lists by obama administration. >> after 9/11, the fbi, the intelligence agencies were given all kinds of broad powers to stop any and all attacks that were imminent. >> jillian, i don't know any other -- how many other signs do we need. >> here's the problem. we cannot as a nation restrict the use of counter terrorism tools. wiretapping and metadata collection and turn around and not blame them for preventing an attack like yesterday's. we are essentially asking them to protect the american people. >> collection and all that. >> but you can't. >> he admitted he wanted to be a martyr. said he was connect to do al qaeda and hezbollah. obviously had been radicalized. cheered 9/11. i mean this. >> that's not enough in and of itself to take this guy into custody. and when the fbi was investigating him in 2013
and 2014, because of the restrictions against metadata collection, they were unable to tap into and see what contacts he had with al news are a and isis. >> walid phares, would that help? >> sean, the big picture is not good. we are in the middle of june. we are dealing with a series of cells of jihadists. greater pool of islamists being radicalized. isis is in control of two countries. iran is loose with $150 billion. there is no mathematical equation between now and february this administration is going to decide to change it and if it does can change it. >> unbelievable when we look at the issues in the campaign refugee population in syria. if isis tells us they are going to infiltrate that community as refugee population like they did in belgium and paris, why does the president -- and why does a presidential
candidate insist on putting people's lives in jeopardy? >> sean, on this issue i hear you. i know your point of view and i have to respectfully disagree with you. my personal feeling about the refugee issue. >> why can't we have a safe zone? why can't -- why would we risk one american life. >> because we do. we already have them. we have refugee camps that have been set up on the outskirts of all the western european cities and they are failing. >> we took in refugees. isis has telegraphed they are going to infiltrate that community and we are going to take them in and putting american lives at risk and gambling with your life? do you want to gamble with your life? do you want them to live next to you? >> of course i don't want to gamble any americans' lives. >> do you want them to live next to you? we'll move them right in next door to you. >> but they are not going to be able to do that is the reality. >> oh really? they dual whatever they want. don't you agree? >> national and homeland security personnel to live and breathe. >> that ought to tell the
whole story. >> i believe that we can do both. >> the government itself is saying that they cannot process that many people in the safe way. >> you can't. it's impossible. >> it's 10,000 additional people. >> you cannot -- we cannot actively process. >> you cannot determine what is in a person's heart. that's what you are trying to figure out there. >> absolutely. >> coming up next, thank you all on hannity tonight. >> they will put political correctness above common sense, before your safety and above all else. i refuse to be politically correct. >> donald trump slamming both obama and hillary for putting political correctness above the safety of you, the american people. that's next. everything you're pretty good at now, you were once, well, pretty bad at. but you learned.
get the new xfinity tv app and for the first time ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. . we need to respond to this attack in america as one united people, but the current politically correct response cripples our ability to talk, think, and act clearly. the obama administration with the support of hillary clinton and others damaged our security by restraining our intelligence. they put political correctness
above common sense, above your safety, and above all else, i refuse to be politically correct. >> donald trump warning about the dangers of political correctness after the attacks in orlando. joining us now is robert spencer, thank you for being with us. hillary clinton takes money from saudi arabia, qatar and bruni. they treat women horribly. how does she get away with that? taking millions of dollars, not criticizing those countries until today, taking their money and never criticizing them? >> well, she cannot criticize them because she needs more of their money.
remember, she needs their support. she has a vested interest in not criticizing them, so she's putting her interest and the interest of her foundation and family before the national interest of the united states, that is criminal. >> she's putting her political interest, her foundation interest, certainly above the rights of women and mistreatment of women and gays and lesbians. >> she's been self-serving throughout her career. when it comes to any feminist concern, under sharia she's never shown the slightest interest and never said a word about it. >> bridgit, there is a conflict of civilizations here. we're at a cross roads. so if somebody comes from a country, growing up under
sharia, how can you ascertain to determine they want the freedoms we have or they want to bring their beliefs with them? >> actions speak louder than words, there are those who come to our country and they do assimilate. >> how do you tell the difference? >> those that are devout, their actions show where they stand. take a look at this guy, omar, his co-workers turned him into the fbi in 2013 because he was trying to recruit them into isis. in 2013. >> robert, same question. >> the thing is that these mosques are not being monitored and they need to be. they're teaching this hatred and violence and willful ignorance, denial hillary clinton represents.
islamic center of fort pierce, a few years ago they had the jihadi suicide bomber that blew himself up in syria. he went to that mosque. why did they not investigate that mosque? >> there have been three different studies how the radical muslims are radicalized in the mosques. seven out of 10 mosques are radicalized. >> the father supported the taliban, and 99% of the people coming from there support constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief it's more than it's multi-layered security and flexibility.
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